THE ANSWER AT THE BOTTOM OF PAGE 6 HAS BEEN FIXED!
There are 26 problems, one for each letter of the alphabet. The way they are in the word doc is in order. Fold the paper over so the problem is covered, but the ordered pair is still showing. Write a letter on each flap you folded (I will have pics of this), but not in A-Z order since they are in order already. Mix the letters up. Put them along a long hallway on the wall. Each student (or group of students) will start at a different letter. They will work the problem, then once they have the answer, they will walk around and find the answer which will be showing at the bottom of the page. Once they find the answer, they write the letter of the next problem down, lift the flap, and work the problem. You will need an answer sheet for them so you can check to make sure they were going in the right order therefore, getting the correct answers. So your answer key may start at G, then M, W, C,….so on. Make sure it is not in alphabetical order, since that will tell the students where to go next. They should finish where they started.
If you don't want 26 problems, then delete some problems from the beginning or the end of the word doc all in a row. Don't skip around deleting problems because the activity will not work. If you do this, they will not start back from where they started.
Please contact me if you have any questions. Thanks!!